An Attack That Never Ends
Question: This weekend there will be a Convention in North America titled, The World Zohar Convention, where our friends from the whole world will gather. You once said that when you were in a similar situation of general inspiration, you asked Rabash, "What do we lack for attaining the goal?" He answered, "An attack!" What is an attack and how can we attain this state this weekend at the Convention, or even now, at this very moment?
Dr. Laitman's Answer: During a spiritual attack, one does not think about when will it finally be completed. An attack is when I gather all my forces and act with them.
In our world an attack is a concentrated blow, followed by a chance to rest. However, spirituality is perfect and therefore it cannot be transient. If your desire is authentic, then it is eternal! Therefore, a spiritual attack means a mobilization of forces, where you must continually concentrate them more and more, without a break or a breather. (Actually, you do receive a "breather" from Above, such as the state of "Hanukkah," which comes from the words "Hanu-Koh," stop here. This happens during a shift in one's means for further advancement.)
This Convention offers great opportunities of advancement to all the students all over the whole world. Although we are getting together at the Convention in North America, there will be a direct broadcast of all the lessons. And of course, they will be devoted to the unification of this entire great desire, the spiritual vessel (Kli).
Let us hope that everyone will understand that the science of Kabbalah speaks precisely of this unity, rather than red strings, spells, and so forth. Through the unity of our desires we attain life in the eternal dimension. Let us hope that we will succeed!